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Synonyms for jeeringly

in a disrespectful jeering manner

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The sea had jeeringly kept his finite body up, but drowned the infinite of his soul.
Without the mass pressure, that surged into the streets of colonial cities and made its impact felt even in remote corners of the bush, the educated elite would have remained upon the sidelines everyday of life, genially teased and tolerated by colonial officials of a liberal sort, or else jeeringly ignored and pushed aside by officials of another kind.
he says, bending over me jeeringly, and taking his light rattan stick he jabs a hole in my side.
Absurdly lumping together all the nonrational, non-logical elements, and describing them as the "state of the judge's digestion," these scholars often jeeringly speak of "gastronomical jurisprudence.
Chet Edwards, D-Waco, jeeringly offered to pay for a town hall featuring the two Democrats, just to get them on stage together.
The sea jeeringly kept his finite body up, but drowned the infinite of his soul.
In 1884, the premiere of the "Brass Bride" - as the public jeeringly nicknamed the work (from the German word das Messing, brass) - was a complete flop.
King George III helped matters by dispatching a series of disastrous commanders, "ambitious careerists, with promotions, titles, and parliamentary gratuities dancing in their heads" As these commanders of noble birth fumbled in the colonies, a London newspaper jeeringly remarked on the contrast with the rebel generals: "a boat builder, a servant, a milkman, a jockey, a clerk.
Tambourine Man"--was jeeringly greeted as an instant camp classic.
4) As Weber jeeringly remarked, who "believes in this?
As Ann Hassell made her quip to a stewardess before the XL flight from Crete landed her rowdy companions jeeringly called out "tick, tick, tick" and "bang".
On hearing this, one Trilling admirer wrote jeeringly to the New York Times: "Gee, I wish I could have Lionel Trilling's disorder, the kind that is so crippling that you are forced to write important books, become a judicious critic, teach at a major university, and have a family too.
Greenblatt imagines Shakespeare at the execution, and he draws a brilliant comparison between the crowd's jeeringly cruel misconstruction of Lopez's last words, that "he loved the Queen as he loved Jesus Christ," and the murderously crafty equivocation of Marlowe's Barabas (Will 277-78).
Richardson had also taken a smack in the mouth just before the final whistle and several Norwich supporters then jeeringly asked him the final score.
As with pre-adolescent boys, their relations with girls were jeeringly aggressive and they made fun of sexual or sentimental situations.